Greek Fried Pork With Leeks

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Again, this is a popular dish in the vilages. It can be served as a meze - one of several side dishes to accompany drinks - or served as a main dish in itself with pilaf rice. It's a very simple and easily prepared dish.

1kg pork chopped into small pieces
½ kg leeks (the white part) sliced
120ml olive oil
60ml red wine
½ cup lukewarm water
Salt and pepper


Fry the oil in a shallow pan and add the meat.

Fry for 15 minutes, stirring occasionally.

Add the wine and boil for 5 minutes.

Add the warm water.

Add the leek slices and seasoning.

Simmer for 1 hour, letting it absorb all the liquid.

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Eat and Enjoy!


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